Documentation:Open Case Studies/ECON/Resources

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ECON Resources

Resources for case studies

  • B.C goundfish trawl fishery habitat agreement 2012-2016.
  • Case written up in an article in '. 'Marine Policy, [1]
  • Authors of the article awarded the Vancouver Aquarium- Coastal Ocean Research Institute 2016 Murray A. Newman Conservation Action Award


Then at all the other citation points, just enter:


  • Please visit here, [3]
  • Requirements available in, [3]


Important Links:

  • Research Paper- Dragging Our Assets: Toward an ecosystem approac to bottom trawling in Canada by Scott Wallace [4]
  • Research Paper: The Economics and Management of Word Fisheries. [6]

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  1. Wallace, S., Turris, B., Driscoll, J., Bodtker, K., Mose, B., & Munro, G. (2015). Canada's pacific groundfish trawl habitat agreement: A global first in an ecosystem approach to bottom trawl impacts. Marine Policy, 60, 240-248. doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2015.06.028
  2. 2.0 2.1 Wikipedia. Retrieved on April 16, 2016. Environmental Ethics. Retrieved on April 16, 2016 from:
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 University of British Columbia. Retrieved on May 19th:,304,933,0
  4. Wallace, S(2007).Dragging Our Assets: Toward an ecosystem approach to bottom trawling in Canada.David Suzuki Foundation. Retrieved on 19th May, 2016.
  5. Government of Canada, Integrated Fisheries Management Plans. Retrieved on 19th May, 2016 from:
  6. Bjørnland,T and Munro,Gordon(2012). The Economics and Management of World Fisheries. Oxford University Press.Volume: 28 (3), 305-306. Retrieved from: